Dan's map of where we work
Led by faith, together we enable our brothers and sisters in Christ to sow seeds of hope among communities in Uganda – developing leaders of integrity and empowering groups to overcome poverty and injustice through fellowship, training, projects and microfinance. As the body of Christ, we support our brothers and sisters among the Bokonjo to reach out to their communities (of all faiths and none) practically and spiritually.
We are working alongside the churches in the South Rwenzori Diocese of Uganda.
For more details on our projects please have a look here.
The charity in the UK has 6 trustees from 3 parishes; St Mary’s Ash Vale, The parish of Wisley with Pyrford and The Forest of Dean. For details please see the Charities Commission Website here.
Since 2005 many people, from all three parishes and beyond, have served on mission in the South Rwenzori Diocese supporting the work of our Ugandan brothers and sisters.
We try to visit annually, always at our own expense, to support and review the projects with the local team. (The Away Team). A vital part of every mission is the Home Team who support through daily prayer when a team is in Uganda. Everyone can support, at any time, through prayer, financial giving and collecting of needed supplies. You can follow us on Facebook here.
The NGO in Uganda is well led by Rev William Musisi and Kule Job, ably supported by Amos Mukirane and team members Jethro Bwenge, Rev Johnkeson Murabyo Thembo, Lay reader Johnkeson Bwambale and advised by long time previous team leader Benjamin Masereka.
The NGO in Uganda has a board of directors made up of men and women of integrity. You can follow them on Facebook here
To learn more about the history of Amaha We Uganda please click here (still to be written up)
We are constantly seeking discernment and wisdom as to where and how to serve next and meeting in fellowship with the local community is a vital part of our mission. If you have any questions about us or what we do please email us on the link below